Alumni Story

In August 2010 Anna Mbaria opened her first chicken supply shop. ?I thought there was something missing in the market. I thought I would do chicken alone.? She started with a stock of chicken worth 10,000 shillings that she had bought from a Kenchic distributor, and within two days her stock had run out. Her business started with a table, a butcher?s knife, a fridge and weighing machine. read more

Alumni Story

Ben David Mahiu and his wife Elizabeth are trained veterinarians and started their Agrovet business is 1996 in Thika town. The Mahiu?s also run a medical and laboratory equipment supplies as an extra business. For 16 years, they have run the Agrovet but the fluctuating market prices and middlemen undercutting clientele; Mahiu?s business has run on fits and starts. read more

Alumni Story

Joseph Kioi has been running his Agrovet for 5 years, but has been in the business for 17 years. He started off by running an Agrovet for a banker after being retrenched from government. By the time he handed over the Agrovet to its owner, the business had acquired Lorries, personal vehicles and other huge assets. He wanted an Agrovet of his own. read more

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